Major League Baseball is back. Here’s how players, teams and managers reacted to the social media lockout.

Baseball is back. Major League Baseball's 99-day lockout has ended. MLB and the players' organization reached a tentative agreementSources told ESPN's Jeff Passan that they were aware of a new collective bargaining arrangement.

We'll even get an entire 162-game season.

The stoppage was the second-longest in baseball history. However, the sport will quickly get back to normal. The spring training camps open on Sunday, and the rest of the business — including free agent signings or trades — will begin once the CBA has been ratified Thursday night.

Opening Day is April 7th and Spring Training games will begin on March 17. Two additional teams will be added to the postseason at the end of each season.

Some players used social media to celebrate the news of the deal and share their excitement.

Others joined the fray, looking for new homes and recruiting agents.

Also, teams celebrated.

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